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Delayed Cord Clamping

Delayed Cord Clamping

    Delayed Cord Clamping   That adorable little belly button your baby has was once part of your baby’s “womb mate”, the placenta. The placenta’s role is to carry oxygen and nutrients to baby and carry away waste via the umbilical cord. For decades the standard of care has been to immediately clamp and cut the cord once baby was delivered, because its been thought that full term babies already have all the nutrients they need, that babies would get too much blood (polycythemia) that could overload organs and systems or that blood could flow backward back to the...

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Bringing Your BRAINs To Your Birth

Bringing Your BRAINs To Your Birth

The power of BRAINs in your birth and how it can completely transform your birthing experience.

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